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We could be a world power and we are a banana country
Argentines love to run the limits. Our women wear the shortest miniskirts on the planet; we think laws are for the rest, but not for us. That everything has a “B” side where to do things. That we are more alive if we take the shortcut that nobody takes... of course: without asking why nobody takes it. The others are all giles and the only ones who “saw it” are us.So we are seen in the world as weird, half-incomprehensible bugs. But that does not lift us; they don't see us as superiors. It's exactly the other way around, we're the crazy ones left out. The world does not stop waiting to understand us. It just moves forward and we are getting more and more behind. Obviously, we are not aware of what this is going to entail for our children.I think it's a whole subject of education. The big Argentine problem.Until Sarmiento came, no one gave a lot of ball to popular education. And we're still with that huge problem. Neither did the most populist governments in our history have been responsible for educating the people. Use it, yeah. Educate him, Jajajaja.Educate him in knowledge and culture. Culture of work. Culture of how a society works. Culture of responsibility. Culture of improvement and the common good Let us stop blaming the poor for being poor, uneducated and uneducated and let us vote people who deal with real education. Neither can the rich live in a country of poor people.A country without classes is not feasible. Teachers earn little, it's true. They always won little and it seems that with other governments they didn't find out. Teachers also lack their duties, ask for sick leave without being sick. Teachers also politicize.A country where university is a breeding ground for politics is not feasible. We pay public college together so that the kids are going to train as professionals. Not as politicians. If you want to do politics, very welcome. Outside college, outside school hours, I don't understand why a student should interfere with his own education. What does an architecture student know about teaching??? But of course, looking at the picture, that's the excuse. To make politics. Guys who give one subject per year so as not to lose the status of student and thus be student delegates and make politics. And it's us who paid for their studies for 8 or 10 years... in this country it's all upset and we're going through life thinking that it doesn't affect us in everyday life. No. If we're living barbarians. We could be a world power and we're a banana country.
Publication Date: 10/09/2018
El remate de esta entrada, resume perfectamente la situación argentina actual. Muy bueno.
Pésimo. Doña Rosa opinando. Sin sustento, sin reflexión. Todas frases hechas repetidas como loro. El que lo escribió piso una universidad al menos? Muy de cuarta.
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Hola Marcia. Lamento que te parezca mala la nota. Sí, soy universitario graduado. Pero eso no incide en mi manera de reflexionar, sino en mi manera de redactar. Gracias por opinar.
El tema de la educación es crucial , país bananero y muy generoso a pesar de todo, y para agregar , estudiantes de otros países aprovechan nuestra instrucción de Uba gratuita y también gratuidad en salud , con cirugías , anticoncepción , internacion ect.todo lo da nuestro país sin nada a cambio. Reflexión : falta de educación, moral , justicia y problemas económicos.Combo Difícil De superar.
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Totalmente de acuerdo Liliana. Son decadas de sometimiento e injusticia y la pagan más los que menos tienen.
Desafortunadamente éste tema de la educación también toca a mi querida Colombia, no estamos muy lejos de la realidad gaucha. Con dolor de patria tengo que reconocerlo, somos unos insensatos que no queremos salir de la mediocridad y superarnos como seres humanos racionales que debemos ser.
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